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Gov. Asa Hutchinson and AEDC Executive Director Mike Preston meet with officials from Sun Paper in China.
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Chinese Plans in Arkansas Face ScrutinyLock Icon

China remains a viable market for investment in and trade with Arkansas, including the state’s farmers, despite challenges posed by the COVID-19 pandemic, trade officials say. read more >
Construction / Government & Politics / Legal / Manufacturing

Sun Paper Project in Doubt as Arkadelphia Site Is Groomed for Other Prospects

The Arkadelphia Regional Economic Development Alliance announced on Facebook that it's preparing to market a 1,000-acre industrial property described as "the former Sun Bio site." read more >
Gov. Asa Hutchinson and AEDC Executive Director Mike Preston meet with officials from Sun Paper in China.
Construction / Government & Politics / Manufacturing

As Trade Battle Rages, Arkadelphia Waits, Worries

The threat of a full-blown trade war has delayed the $1 billion Sun Paper project near Arkadelphia and prompted Gov. Asa Hutchinson to send his top economic development official to China to make sure it stays on track. read more >
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Arkadelphia, Camden Wait for Chinese Firm To Put Plans to Paper

When word went out that Gov. Beebe was about to announce a $1 billion investment in Arkansas, some in south Arkansas were surprised that it turned out to be a steel mill in Osceola -- not a Chinese wood pulp mill at Camden or Arkadelphia. read more >